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Subject: [Boost-users] Is it possible to store a list in an interval map?
From: Rajalakshmi Iyer (raj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-03-23 11:07:04


I have code like:

   int c1 = 1; set<int> s1; s1.insert(c1); // Add a number to a set
   interval_map< date, set<int> > cmap; // Declare an interval_map
   discrete_interval<date> range1 =
from_string("2012-01-30")); // Define the interval
   cmap += make_pair(range1, s1); // Associate the interval with the set

This works well.

But boost complains if I change the 'set' to a 'list' in the above code.

Is only the 'set' supported as a value?


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